Flem File: After bottoming out with the Jets, Mark Sanchez is savoring the chance to rebuild his career in Philadelphia.
Flem File: Here's a cheat sheet for Johnny Manziel of examples compiled by David Fleming of how to avoid becoming the Browns' next quarterback casualty.
Could J.J. Watt be as good as Rob Gronkowski as a tight end? Of course not. He'd be much, much better, writes David Fleming.
Flem File: Let's give thanks for Johnny Football and the other 2014 Turkey of the Year nominees.
The story of a young man gone too soon and a grateful recipient whose football dreams didn't have to end prove that organ and tissue donation is the ultimate gift, writes David Fleming.
When Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer tore his ACL in Week 10, the family of the woman who donated the ligament a decade ago grieved along with him, writes David Fleming.
Flem File: Denver LB Brandon Marshall is making a name for himself, yet continues to be mistaken for the more famous Chicago receiver.
Flem File: How Martellus Bennett, the Bears' artist/writer/fashionista/musician/tight end, spent Halloween in Austin, Texas, during the team's bye week.
Flem File: For this week's battle for NFC supremacy, the tale of the tape favors the Cardinals over the Cowboys anyway you slice it.
Flem File: Helmet scratches, scuffs and gouges tell the story of Browns rookie defensive lineman Jacobbi McDaniel's NFL debut.
Flem File: The Lions' kicking woes are so bad that their best -- and certainly most entertaining -- option could be YouTube sensation Havard "Kickalicious" Rugland.
Flem File: With Jim Harbaugh and Jon Gruden looking like long shots, David Fleming thinks he'd be a perfect candidate for Oakland's coaching vacancy.
Flem File: While mining Cleveland for the deeper meaning of the Johnny Manziel-Brian Hoyer dichotomy, David Fleming uncovered a Rust Belt rebirth.
Native son Brian Hoyer has held off Johnny Manziel as QB1 of the upstart Browns. But who will own the future? It's a debate that is nothing short of a referendum on the city's rebirth, writes David Fleming in ESPN The Magazine's Cleveland Issue.
It's difficult to pinpoint the genesis of Pittsburgh's injury woes, but the Flem File takes its best shot using one sentence.
Flem File: Is hope lost for 0-2 teams? No way. Here's how every early oh-fer can right the ship.